1900 Square feet 4-bed 2.5 bathrooms in downtown Marquette with an amazing view!
Melissa and Ryan Moren
About Melissa and Ryan Moren
Born and raised in Marquette, MI, I am an original Yooper Girl. I met my husband Ryan in Anchorage, Alaska where we currently work and reside. He too is from the great midwest, a Minnesota boy! Being that we love the midwest, the Upper Peninsula and Marquette specifically, we decided to get married overlooking Lake Superior. During our wedding planning trip we were introduced to this space through our wedding photographers assistant Monica. From the moment we entered the space we fell in love with The Clubhouse, so much so, we booked it immediately for our wedding in July 2017. We since spend each Fourth of July enjoying Marquette with our families in this fantastic space. So when we came for our trip and noticed the clubhouse was up for sale it peeked our interest and we knew then we would love to own it. This in turn fostered a truly wonderful relationship with Katy (the previous owner) and the incredible flipper of this wonderful building. We feel very lucky to have made this dream come true and we are so very thankful to Katy for all her hard work and care in getting this space to where it now stands. As the new owners, The Clubhouse gives us the perfect excuse to make trips back to the quaint City of Marquette. We love this place as much as Katy did and we hope you enjoy it too. Here's Katy's story of how this building came to be: Born and raised in Marquette, MI, I'm an original Yooper. While visiting our hometown one year, my sisters and I found this historic building that needed lots of attention. We refurbished it lovingly and hence, The Trestle Building! I hope you enjoy your stay at The Clubhouse! It's one of three apartments and home to The Zephyr Bar - an exquisite wine bar with lovely small plates. Be sure to stop in during your visit
Melissa and Ryan Moren purchased this Condo in 2019
Why Melissa and Ryan Moren chose Marquette
You and your family and/or friends will love staying at The Clubhouse at The Trestle Building! With plenty of space to spread out, four bedrooms, two and a half baths and a deck you will never want to leave! Although if you do, everything is in close proximity whether it be hiking, biking, beaching, eating, shopping or bar-hopping, you've got it all right here.
What makes this Condo unique
In 2014, the previous owner Katy and her two sisters went to Marquette to watch the dog sled races - the UP 200. They happened upon this building that had been neglected. Although it was in need a lot of work, it was love at first sight: they couldn't get the view out of our minds! This is Marquette, the view of the ore dock says it all. The Trestle Building is a very special property. They called their refurbished building 'The Trestle Building' because a railroad trestle that connected to the ore dock use to pass right by it. But the trestle was torn down in the 1990's and left behind the walkway that gains you access to the apartment. It's a display of our community's history and what made this town so wonderful to live in, the economy is built through mining, but most importantly the people and community it brought. Whether you come to Marquette often or have never been, we promise you will enjoy all that Marquette has to offer from this wonderful centrally located property with views you cannot beat!
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Marquette is on the shores of Lake Superior in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan where you will find many festivals and outdoor activities. We will have a resource guide for you to explore with information on who to call to rent skis, bikes, kayaks or visit the skating rink. There are many parks in the city the nearest one right out the back of this building near the lake. Several around town have basketball or tennis courts. Marquette has a great coastal trail that runs along the lake and provides for a beautiful walk or bike, you can take this South to Presque Isle which is a well known walking/exploring area, its about 5 miles and another few around the Island. There are two breakwalls, you can access them, just please be cautious of the weather and the waves.